We've made it through so many challenges and my LO will be 9 months old tomorrow. I currently have 10 oz in the freezer. She's down to three, 3 oz bottles plus 3 solids meals at daycare and a nursing session in the morning, before bed, and 1-2 times in the middle of the night. First of all, I'm not sure if that's enough food. She was getting three, 4 oz bottles at daycare and 2 solids meals and having her 3rd solids meal at home. We changed that up a little bit, because my supply has taken a major dip. I started a new job a month ago and I am only able to pump twice in the 9 hours I am there, I can not add a 3rd pump, or at least, I don't feel like I can, I don't really have a space to pump, I'm ducking into conference rooms and empty offices as I can find them, I know they "have" to provide a space for me, but they really don't have one. Plus it takes me about 30 minutes to set up, pump, clean up, and I feel like 1.5 hours of pumping a day, plus time to eat lunch, is excessive. I get 3-4 oz each time I pump. So by the end of the day I have 6-8 ounces. I have to try and stay up late and pump 2-4 more ounces just to get her 10 ounces for the day and I'm not usually getting it and have to pull from my quickly dwindling freezer stash. I used to be able to pump first thing in the morning, opposite the side she would nurse on, but I think she is reverse cycling because she has been waking up and wanting to basically nurse while we bed-share from 3-530 am every day.
So...I don't really know what to do. We're so close to our goal, but still so far away. 3 more months. I don't want to supplement, but I also don't want my baby to not be getting enough to eat.
What can I do?